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The Spoonbill, Vol. 44, No. 11, November 1995 - Image 3. November 1995. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. June 23, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/2007_023/item/224/show/216.

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Title The Spoonbill, Vol. 44, No. 11, November 1995
Publisher Outdoor Nature Club
Date November 1995
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Transcript Strictly for the JBird-ers OG Youth Field Trip October 28,1995: The OG's first youth birding trip of the school year visited Brazos Bend State Park. Highlights of the morning walk were long, close looks at Barred Owl and Least Grebe. The next trip for young birders is scheduled for December 2 at Galveston Island State Park. These half-day field trips are designed to allow youngsters, aged 10-18, to learn more about the birds of the upper Texas coast by birding with experienced field trip leaders and other young people. If you know of youngsters who would like to go birding, call David Veselka at 692- 1384. Doing it twice...getting it right! Arch Dillard's phone number was listed incorrectly in the Christmas Count list published last month in The Spoonbill. If you are interested in participating in the Galveston Christmas Count on December 26, you may reach Arch at 996-0107. Beach Cleanup Who's Who Saturday, September 16: OG members who cleaned up Bolivar Flats included Deborah, Holly and David Veselka, Bobbie Walker, Calvin Blakely, Judy Boyce, John McMullon, Flo Hannah, David Marrack, Nancy Wenstrom, Janet and Perry Fleckman, John Eriksson, Michael Stelling, Jose L. Hernandez, Howard Patton and Bob and Maggie Honig. They were joined by several students from Kinkaid School, a raft of Houston Audubon members and several volunteers recruited by Bob Honig from Tenneco. If you haven't made it to a beach trash-off, plan to come in the spring. There is immense satisfaction to be had after a couple of hours of work to stand back and see the Flats free of trash—as it should be. Weekday Field Trip Notes Friday, November 17,1995. Twenty birders joined leader Winnie Burkett at Bolivar Flats for two hours of birding before the rain started and sent most everyone home. Thirty-three species were found, including a Peregrine Falcon perched on what appeared to be the hull of sunken boat offshore. It appeared well fed. Another highlight: Sharp-tailed Sparrow. Tom Lewis, 497-2550. Sea Rim Christmas Count he Golden Triangle Audubon Society is re-instituting the Sea Rim State Park Christmas Bird Count last conducted in 1977. The proposed new count circle will be centered 3.7 miles west of the junction of Texas 87 and FM3322 in Sabine Pass. It will have a small segment in Louisiana and will include the good birding areas in the Sabine Pass area, almost all of Texas Point NWR and the southern spoil impoundment of Pleasure Island. The area that we "lose" is largely inaccessible marsh in McFaddin NWR. Sunday, December 31,1995. John Whittle, (409) 722-4193 or Robert Hurt, (409) 724-2202. OG Meeting Minutes November 6,1995: The meeting was called to order by chairman Bob Luckner. He reminded us the December 4 meeting will be held at St. Philip's United Methodist Church, 5501 Beechnut at Renwick. The renovations at Bayland Park should be completed by our January 9,1996 meeting date. The upcoming program featuring William Clark on November 30 and December 1 is made possible by the OG and Houston Audubon Society. Join us at the Houston Museum of Natural Science at 7:30 p.m. both evenings for "Eagles of the World" on November 30 and "Raptor Field Identification" on December 1. Field trips to Bolivar Flats, Brazoria NWR and Galveston Island State Park were announced. Dave Bradford reported that Will Clark will be leading a week-long hawk tour in south Texas. Call Dave for information at 855-2615. Lee Richardson announced that Don Richardson's (661-1365) birding classes begin in January 1996. Ramiro Garcia, recipient of the OG's scholarship to Camp Tejano, addressed the group and expressed his appreciation and shared some of his experiences. Treasurer Bob Ohmart reviewed the proposed 1996 budget. The only discussion pertained to the funds designated for boat rental for the OG's Houston Christmas Bird Count. Arch Dillard suggested that possibly an appeal could be made for suitable vessels to be loaned free of charge by members or friends. Janet Rathjen offered to pursue this possibility. The proposed 1996 budget, on page 10, will be voted on at the December 4 meeting. Bob Honig introduced our speaker, Dr. Adrian del Nevo, who presented a fascinating program on his studies of the Roseate Tern. Kate Fine, Secretary. Page 3